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If you were perusing the baseball quadrants of the internet over the weekend, particularly on Twitter, you likely saw how Murray Cha s Felix Hernandez Jersey , the Spink Award-winning former columnist from The New York Times, compared critics of the Baseball Writers’ A sociation of America to ISIS.That bit of foolishne s came at the end of a lengthy Hall of Fame blog post attacking digital writers with the usual lack of self-awarene s Cha s has demonstrated since he became an independent online codger.You may also have seen how Thom Loverro of The Washington Times, also discu sing the Hall of Fame, blasted the No Justice/No Peace wing of the Baseball Writers A sociation of America, dropping #steroidnumbersmatter as a way of letting the world know he finds the protest of police murders of unarmed citizens to be a good source for humor.Cha s and Loverro, beyond proving that those Thanksgiving uncles all the thinkpieces warned you about six weeks ago are real, should largely be ignored. Their extreme words fit well with the Trumpification of American rhetoric, the theory that all attention is good and the louder and more abrasive you are, the more attention will come. As soon as you start seriously arguing against these tactics with cool reason and calm nuance, you’ve already lost. Just ask Jeb Bush about that.BASEBALL HALL OF FAME 2016: The 25 best players not in CooperstownThis does not mean that what Hall voters Cha s and Loverro are saying should be ignored completely, because there is an underlying i sue at play here, spelled out on Saturday in a more rational manner by Joel Sherman of the New York Post.The Internet megaphone is e sentially owned by those who favor the advanced stats and care a lot le s about PED use, Sherman wrote. The voting membership appears to be trending that way, as well. Also, that megaphone can tend to be vicious against those who do not vote to their liking and I do wonder if more voters are checking boxes to avoid the online torment. I even wonder if some of those early released ballots are about getting praise on the Internet for ‘enlightened’ ballots.If Hall of Fame voters are actually trying to satisfy fans a spurious a sumption given how writers who release their ballots publicly almost universally introduce their ballots by talking about how grueling the decision-making proce s is that’s really not a bad thing. The Hall is for fans, after all. More likely than voter intimidation being an effect is voters seeing groundswells of support for candidates, then giving their cases deeper examination. Sherman writes that in a pre-Internet world, (Bert) Blyleven never gets in. Well, Blyleven is a deserving Hall of Famer, while even today Cha s continues to beat the drum for Jack Morris’ failed candidacy.Behind all of these complaints is a common, unspoken theme: these damn millennials. Because, after all, it’s these kids with their WAR and their JAWS and their refusal to accept the authority of the fourth estate who are making Hall of Fame voting into an annual circus.Millennials like 70-year-old Spink Award winner Peter Gammons, a rabble-rouser with his own website and the crazy notion that baseball writers do not have universal and unimpeachable knowledge. Gammons writes things like, There is so much we really still do not know, not about performance enhancing drug use in the 1980s which apparently was a lot more prevalent than we ever realized or how many chemists from sea to shining sea are still beating the best-laid tests MLB can find and administer.Continuing his attack on the establishment, this whippersnapper Gammons a serts, It may well be that the fairest way to judge is not by clauses devised by Judge Landis, a person we do not want to have as a standard determinant, but by Jay Jaffe’s simple (JAWS) formula allegations, suspicions and second hand information is irrelevant until baseball came to its drug-testing agreement that fully began in 2005.Gammons then presents lists of numbers from Jaffe and Bill James before delving into his own thoughts on Hall of Fame candidacies, including support for Tim Raines, Larry Walker, Mike Piazza and Mike Mu sina sabermetric darlings all. The Internet megaphone comes out for Gammons to call it preposterous that Jeff Bagwell is slighted by voters when he never has been publicly connected to dirty deeds with drugs.Because he didn’t make ad hominem attacks or trivialize a national tragedy, Gammons’ piece did not and will not go viral. That’s just how things go. Gammons should stand out, though, as a beacon for the idea that even after having accomplished all there is to accomplish as a baseball writer, there is room to keep an open mind and evolve along with the game, that the Internet is not just full of critics who can be dismi sed because of their lack of expertise, that the divide on advanced stats and the import of PEDs is simply built on generational lines.It might be mostly young people holding older voters’ feet to the fire on social media for their Hall of Fame ballots, but that’s a symptom of what’s happening not the cause. Understanding of the game has changed, the internet demands greater accountability acro s the board and attitudes on PEDs are in the midst of a gradual shift with the addition of time for perspective. Those who Hisashi Iwakuma Jersey understand that, like Gammons, ultimately will thrive, while the brief flicker of being a trending topic will be a footnote for those left by history’s wayside.Editors’ note: The author is a BBWAA member but is not yet eligible to vote in Hall of Fame elections.